Greg Berlanti is staying put. It was announced on Monday that Berlanti has signed a new four-year deal with Warner Bros. Television. The new deal, which is being described as massive, will keep Berlanti Productions at the studio for its television operations into the year 2027. Details regarding the financial terms of the deal were not made available, however, Deadline reports that the new deal is structed differently than his last, which was estimated to be between $300 million and $400 million over the course of six years.
“Greg is a huge talent, and the impact of his prolific and powerful storytelling on Warner Bros. and audiences, and on our culture, is just ‘wow,'” David Zaslav, the CEO of Warner Bros. Discovery, said in a statement to the press. “He began his career with us, and we are incredibly fortunate that he will continue to build and grow our TV studio into the future.”
“We’re beyond thrilled to continue our partnership with one of the most accomplished, celebrated, and compelling storytellers in the industry,” Warner Bros. Television Group Chairman and CEO Channing Dungey said in a statement to the press. “Greg is a visionary, a pioneer, and a leader, but more than that, he’s a treasured member of the Warner Bros. family. Collaborating with Greg is a tremendous privilege, and we can’t wait to see what stories he and his team will bring to life in the coming years.”
Berlanti’s new deal will see the producer work on titles for all platforms, including WBD’s HBO Max, external streaming services, cable, and the broadcast networks. He’s currently busy directing the feature film Project Artemis for Apple, starring Scarlett Johansson and Channing Tatum. Up next for the ever-busy producer are Found for NBC and More and The Girls on the Bus for HBO Max.